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IP3 Co-Founder and CEO Michael Hewitt went on Saudi 24 channel’s Vision news program to talk about the U.S. and Saudi Arabia forging closer diplomatic and economic ties, Saudi Arabia’s strategic importance in world affairs, and the future of clean energy in the kingdom.
Veteran journalist Maria Maaloof interviewed the retired U.S. Rear Admiral.
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IP3 representatives attended the 2019 Atlantic Future Forum on board HMS Queen Elizabeth, at anchor off Annapolis, Maryland.
The full-day conference brought together the brightest and most influential thinkers – from defense and beyond – to strengthen American-British ties and to encourage collaboration between the two countries’ public and private sectors. READ MORE >
IP3’s Co-founder and CEO Rear Admiral (Ret.) Michael Hewitt attended the 2019 U.K. Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, England and was a panel discussion on clean energy during their Innovation Day.
Historians often cite two American qualities to explain why the United States and its allies prevailed in the Cold War; military strength and better ideas — such things as the rule of law and freedom for individuals and the marketplace; often called “Soft Power” in shorthand. READ MORE >
Representatives from IP3 and Exelon met with executives from KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company during a visit to Korea last week.
Bloomberg, U.S. nuclear energy developers on Tuesday met with President Donald Trump and asked for help winning contracts to build power plants in the Middle East and elsewhere overseas.
MCLEAN, VA –The ability of the United States to compete in the international nuclear energy market against the likes of Russia and China is dependent on the strength of our own country’s domestic sector. Without a steady pipeline of skills, innovation, and products, our country will have limited capacity to compete. READ MORE >
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